Good day, Scholars!. Make sure you have a piece of notebook paper and a pen or a pencil. Propaganda. Propaganda?. Tries to influence the attitudes of a community Can be documents, photos, songs, etc… Learning to look at these things critically, helps the us learn more about the event.
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Good day, Scholars!
Make sure you have a piece of notebook paper and a pen or a pencil.
Tries to influence the attitudes of a community
Can be documents, photos, songs, etc…
Learning to look at these things critically, helps the us learn more about the event.
You must learn to notice the small things before looking at the bigger picture.
What do you see?
Where do you think this picture was taken?
When do you think this picture was drawn?
Do you see anything different?
Do you see anything new?
Has your opinion changed?
Do you know what this flag represents?
What was your first thoughts of the image?
Did the children in this story give us any idea of who was reading the story?
What did you think of when you saw it was Hitler reading the story?
Did your opinion change when you viewed the complete image?
What do you think Hitler was trying to accomplish by having this type of propaganda?
Look at this title…
What is the meaning of the title?
Who is the audience?
On a piece of notebook paper, write one paragraph…
Compare and contrast the paintings. How did the different portrayals of the Boston Massacre attempt to sway public opinion?